"We believe in creating a healthy and happy environment for all."
Mapangpang Elementary School
IHHELPP donated personal hygiene kits and umbrellas to students of Mapangpang Elementary School in Munoz, Nueva Ecija.
"We believe that providing a safe home empowers individuals, strengthens families, and fortifies communities."
In 2014, the founders of IHHELPP partnered with Boy Scouts of America to build homes in the city Antipolo. IHHELPP founders, the Dorias and the Staples, traveled to the Philippines to assist in the building efforts after the success of fundraising events combined other financial support received from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to complete this project.
Humanitarian Projects in Leyte, Cebu, and Botolan
With the help of Charity Vision, we shipped housing materials and school supply kits to Leyte, Cebu, and Botolan. We were then able to construct IHHELPP's first disaster proof home in Leyte.
Tacloban Home Building Project
"We believe that education opens the door to a brighter, more successful future."
Trade School in the Philippines
Located in Camiling, Tarlac, plans for the Trade School are pending as funds are raised for the completion of the project.
Classroom Sponsorship Program
In 2016, IHHELPP began partnering with local companies to sponsor classrooms of Cristo Ray High School in Capas, Tarlac. These classrooms are in dire need of improved ventilation, remodeling of structural damage, and other necessities including; desks, uniforms, and basic school supplies.
"We believe that a steady livelihood provides dignity to the human soul."
Bicol Restroom Project (Pinit Elementary School)
Using newly learned skills in working with compressed earth blocks (CEBs), we joined with local citizens to teach and build public restrooms at Pinit Elementary School in Bicol, Philippines providing students and faculty a place of privacy and cleaner grounds.
Fishing Boat project in Botolan Zambales
IHHELPP bought one unit of fishing boat for the locals of Botolan, Zambales. The boat is used to catch fish which are distributed to locals looking to earn revenue by selling them. The first benefactors of the fishing boat is Marlon Arquilla and his family.